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near bird's eye, it had to, indiana. but there is an even larger tornado that i'm very worried about it. it's to the northwest of louisville by maybe 30 miles but it is on the ground doing damage. new peak in indiana is in the way of this tornado. if you know anybody in that area, they just need to take cover. and these now are so big that you don't have to wait. if you see a dark cloud literally, you know a storm is coming your way, don't wait for the weather service to put out a warning. just take your tornado precautions, anyway, and just keep yourself safe. what's 25 minutes in a closet if it will keep yourself safe. >> incredible advice. we have that piece of sound when we were talking to jeff. let's roll that. >> we have a tornado that's tracked anywhere from 50 miles west of evansville up toward wadesville. there is damage on the ground. we saw it for about five minutes coming down highway 64. the tornadic storm is producing tornadoes. it's on highway 64 just to the north of livershole and heading toward lynnville, so that area to the north and northeast of evansvil evansville. t
day of dangerous weather in ohio and the tennessee valley. much of indiana, missouri, kentucky are in danger. there has been a tornado emergency reported in madison county. we have live pictures of a menacing sky. the national and louisville. let's bring in chad myers at the cnn atlanta center. what is the latest? >> it goes all the way from illinois all the way down to georgia, alabama, as far west as louisiana and far north as virginia. on the backside, it's snowing up in squad cities. that's not atypical. you need cold air to clash. a couple areas still on the ground, to the north of chattanooga by bradley and north of cleveland in tennessee. and then another couple storms here popping up, not that far from cape girardo. that is harrisburg, illinois. right in the middle of a new tornado watch. that town that got hit so hard a couple of days ago. all of this area is under severe weather today. there will be a severe thunderstorm watch, tornado watch, and many warnings going through the night and probably into 10:00, 11:00 tonight. >> that means, keep it tuned here to cnn. cha
and devastation. in the words of one official in the state of indiana. one town of 1900 people is completely gone. of course, this comes just two days after a twister outbreak destroyed parts of the region. right now these dangerous storms are still on the move. new video just into fox news shows how powerful these storms were across southern indiana. homes left in piles of wood and metal. right now crews are searching desperately for survivors. we also have our first amateur video showing one of those huge tornadoes. this twister tearing through rural indiana. officials there say at least five people are now confirmed dead and the damage goes on for miles and miles. we'll have a live report from a storm tracker in the area now. first though show you exactly what we are talking about. a twister struck a high school in the town of henryville which is directly north of louisvilleville, kentucky. we are told there were people inside who got out safely. and in the nearby town of marysville, the sheriff's office reports there is absolutely nothing left. the storm also shut down cincinnati's airport, o
boxes here, parts of tennessee and kentucky, and maybe indiana, and ohio, also, that is the bull's i didn't. it will happen probably in the next three or four hours. there will be numerous tornadoes on the ground. we are seeing that across areas of the ohio river valley, harrisburg to the west of that they will clear out here. and the storm they had there today not as bad as in the east. you can see the cells lining up, exploding cross the same areas. to the north of louisville, cutting right around evansville, pretty big founds and in louisville a lot of rotation so that is scary. a big area under threat here. you can see all of this red, the moderate risk and this morning, a high risk. they do this less than ten times a year with that kind of a threat but it includes cincinnati, through louisville, lexington, and around the nashville area under a high risk for tornadoes. very rough situation on our hands and it will go in to the overnight hours toward the eastern side of this and. and headed in to the carolinas and the bull's eye right across the ohio river valley. >>shepard: watch
to indiana and beyond. millions of americans are under tornado watches. tornado warnings as well. professional storm chasers have been following these twisters all afternoon, providing dramatic images of an unfolding disaster. new tornado reports are coming in literally by the minute. with indiana, kentucky, tennessee and other states all seeing multiple touchdowns only in the last hour. we also have this video from evansville, indiana. it's far from over. storms are on the move. the destruction could go on for hours. let's bring mayor jim coppinger of hamilton county in tennessee, where chattanooga is located. mayor, set the scene. tell us what's going on inur county. >> well, we did have a ouchdown of a tornado that has been confirmed. as a result of that, we do have multiple injuries. fortunately today we have no fatalities to date. we do have people we are currently trying to make contact with, as you can imagine there's a lot of debris. we have large trees down that are covering over the access roads to get to people. so, you know, we're working diligently at this hour to ma
that stretch from the gulf coast all the way up to the great lakes. this is pekin, indiana, ten miles northwest of louisville, kentucky. the police tell us this tornado caused extensive damage there. this is henryville, indiana, population 1,900. homes and businesses have been platenned. the same thing happened in nearby mariesville. a police officer there says the village is "completely gone. at least three people have been killed in southern indiana. the storms are massive, as we saw in downtown nashville. this is 11 minutes of video that we compressed to show you how the storm hit music city. the emotions of this evening were caught in this picture of one survivor in alabama after he found the one possession that he may have wanted to save the most. there were also reports of tornadoes across northern alabama. one ripped part of the roof off a maximum security prison. mark strassmann is in the town of new market tonight. mark? >> reporter: by mid-morning, scott, this house had been flattened. the good news is no one was home. and you see storm ruin just like this all over this neighborhood.
. >>> indiana republican senator dick lugeer avoided embarrassing confrontation with the local election officials but correspondent steve brown reports he faces a tough re-election channel from the right. >> i am a hoosier. >> but the six-term republican senator ability to vote in indiana had been in doubt. election officials recently ruled lugeer's only home of 30 plus years in the d.c. su push of mclane, virginia, made the indiana voter registration invalid. late this morning, 600 miles away in an indianapolis courthouse. >> we agreed to disagree about the original decision. and we just semily put that behind us. >> with a late settlement, hammered out between attorneys. lugeer will reregister to vote at the family farm. >> people of indiana recent this kind of interference. an i think they are going to illustrate that with their vote. >> recent partisan polls unchallenged by lugeer's campaign suggest the opposite. >> citizen united survey has lugeer down to a single digit advantage in the primary less than seven weeks away. in a state where all campaign buttons are valuable political
. this includes an indiana toddler that was found alive in a field on saturday. nbc's jay gray reports. >> reporter: this morning across tornado alley, battered communities are preparing for anything but a normal monday. the message seems a bit obvious. like so much here, henryville high school has been torn apart. there are, though, other signs of survival. some life brings the steady rhythm of crews looking to pull away and pile up what they can. others sifting through the rubble by hand to find anything they might be able to save. evidence of their lives before the storm. >> she's probably 70. and she lost everything except what we can pull out. >> reporter: more than three dozen families already know they won't find any help or hope in this debris. they lost loved ones in the storm. one of those, 15-month-old angel babcock. first responders found her fighting for her life in this field. her mom, dad, brothers, already dead. yesterday, angel passed away after being pulled from life support. her grandfather showed his emotions. >> my pastor is going in with me. we were going to pray
for the folks in this part of the country. jim is on the ground in indiana where he's watching the latest developments there. there's also reports of tornadoes touching down in illinois. we're working to confirm all of this. we know there's some dangerous weather on the horizon in several states. we'll keep you posted on what's happening there. >>> also, students at the ohio school where three classmates were killed have almost finished their first day of class. it was an motional return for the students that attend chardon high. >> it was like surreal when i walked into the cafe like a wave just hit me. i just felt something. it wasn't like a spirit. i didn't feel anything like that. i just felt something. just a wave of emotion. i was like this is where it happened. >> prosecutors have charged 17-year-old t.j. lane as a juvenile with three counts of murder. tomorrow a funeral will be held for 16-year-old daniel parmetor. a viewing is under way right now. kevin tibbles joins us now. describe this day for them. >> reporter: obviously, it's a very sad day and a sad time for this town and t
to the trayvon case we're joined from chicago by gary indiana mare, guarantee man-wilson. she served as the attorney general of indiana a state that has a stand your ground law. welcome into the war room, mayor. >> thank you governor. >> so glad to have you here. i wanted to get to the stand your ground issues, but i know you have seen the video of george zimmerman taken into custody or at least in the sanford police department. what's your reaction. >> i to have tell you that i'm not at all surprised after hearing the audio of the last moments of trayvon's life, i did not expect to see any injuries on george zimmerman and that video simply bears that out. i think it impeaches his story and as the old adage goes, a picture speaks a thousand words. >> for sure. for sure. we were both attorneys general. if i saw that video and had the testimony of the homicide detective who recommended that he be charged with manslaughter, i just do not understand to this moment why george zimmerman is not arrested. >> i have to join that. and the prosecution of zimmerman would have to be a key piece o
on its destructive path today. these pictures from indiana. another ten twisters reported across the southeast late today. the newest threat comes after those images out of the nation's heartland, that indiana high school shredded in henryville. a school bus hurled across the street and from ohio, this father carrying his 9-month-old, from what's left of their neighborhood, their home gone. survivor hugging his dog, grateful they both survived. the toll is going up. at least 38 people killed, thins hundreds injured. we're now at 108 reported tornados from this system alone. millions of americans across 11 states from the gulf coast to ohio valley. hit by twisters and for so many, frightening sounds they will never forget. the sirens followed by those winds. our team tonight reports in from across the disaster zone. meteorologist zinger zee starts us off in henryville, indiana with late-breaking if yous about the twisters there, and its intensity. >> reporter: good evening, david, good evening, everyone. the national weather service coming out with its rating an ef-4 tornado, wind
that continued on its destructive path today. these pictures from indiana. another ten twisters reported across the southeast late today. let's get right to the radar this hour. the system still over southern georgia and northern florida where in some parts they are still warning there could be more. the newest threat comes after those images out of the nation's heartland. indiana heartland shredded in henryville. a school hurled across the street and a father carrying their 9-month-old for what is left of the neighborhood. their home is gone and a survivor hugging his dog, grateful they both survived. the toll is going up. 38 people killed, hundreds injured. we're at 108 reported tornados from this system alone. millions of americans across 11 states from the gulf coast to ohio valley. hit by twisters and for so many, frightening sounds they will never forget. the sirens and wind. our team tonight reports in from across the disaster zone. we begin with meteorologist ginger zee in henryville, indiana tonight. ginger, good evening. >> david, just moments ago. the national weather service gave us
-universal television >>> good evening. tonight, a u.s. senator from indiana said they'd appreciate the prayers of everyone watching television tonight. we are covering a severe weather outbreak tonight, the likes of which we have not sure we've ever seen before. 155 million americans have been in the path of severe weather today and tonight. we had tornados in eight states. at one point this evening, there were 19 separate tornado warnings. we've seen 163 warnings today overall. they're all over the map in the southeast, including major cities. including some smaller towns that are frankly no longer standing. at the heart of some of these storms is some of the strongest weather this planet can produce. our team has fanned out to cover this. we want to begin the broadcast with where the worst of it is. dr. greg forbes is the severe weather expert at the weather channel. dr. forbes, we've been watching you all afternoon. one point you apologized to viewers. you were unable to talk about all the tornados, just the most severe. where is the worst of it right now? >> well, brian, there's quite a li
school bus through the front of a diner in henryville, indiana, plus an entire town has been wiped off the map by devastating twisters. we will go live to the hardest hit areas. >>dave: and gas prices climb for the 25th straight day. there is no end in sight. can anything be done to ease your pain at the pump? >> it could cost you billions to bail out the auto industry but chevrolet is pulling the plug on the volt with poor sales. "fox & friends" begins right now. >>alisyn: good morning, everyone, and right to the breaking news, it has been devastated throughout the midwest. we are waking up to the weather alert because deadly twisters have torn up the country. >> tons of hopes ripped to pieces days after around round of tornadoes and some of the west damage in southern indiana, tornadoes leave 14 people dead there. >> we have total destruction in northeast clark county. and we have total destruction in parts of southern scott county. we have total destruction in parts of washington county. we have multiple fatalities that we are aware in the three counties. >>clayton: a dozen people k
against the clock to find survivors still stuck in this rubble. we're live in indiana with the latest. >> dave: and mitt romney steals another victory taking the washington state caucuses. is this the momentum he needs just two days before super tuesday, clayton? >> thank you, dave. the next time you want to fly you may want to listen to your flight attendant and turn off your cell phone. how a passenger's blackberry causes chaos in the sky. are you paying attention? ♪ >> good morning, everybody, thanks for waking up early with us, we know you want to know what happened through the midwest and the south. we begin with a fox news weather alert, the death toll from the twister outbreak is up to 38 people, and towns have been leveled and people's lives were destroyed in a blink of an eye. >> we looked through the back window in the basement and see the debris flying by and when it was done i, walked in the front porch and told the neighbor he'd lost his building. >> that man describing what he went through in piner, kentucky and we're hearing similar stories from all over the south an
you can modify the arrangement that the state has with yunce. look at mitch daniels in indiana, it was much harsher than what scott walker did in wisconsin and it seems like he turned the state around. >> governor christie in new jersey did the same thing. he balanced two budgets without raising taxs and he got the democrata-controlled legislature to modest increases. and the problems is unies have monopoly power. >> easy for you to say, david. >>> and the average working family trying to meet their mortgage can't get a competitive bid on working their town. >> morgan, let's concentrate on what works and what seems to work is what indiana did. changing their relation and a right to work state . new jersey changing its relationship with public sector unions as well >> yes, that is the point. unions are in many places starting to come down. >>> and they were dragged kick screaming. they didn't want the change in indiana or new jersey. >> they were dragged kick scream the changes are come that's because new lawmakers are come nothing the office. >> what wisconsin is going through
. they are searching for survivors and twisters crushing indiana towns and pars of kentucky cut off from the rest of the world. and we have live coverage from hardest hit parts of alabama and indiana and fox extreme weather center. we have breaking news coverage in henriville, indiana. >> mike? >> uma, it is hard to look in henriville and not see destruction from the battered cars to the school buses knocked off their frames. look at the window and it looks like it was hit with baseballs. that was the impact of the forceful winds. looking in the parking lot of the high school here in henriville. cars were marked with spray paint. they check them off and remarked that no one is still inside . we have amature video from dine doin. they can see the funnel cloud form taking shape and slowing reaching down to earth it did deadly detruction . cruised before bouncing up in the sky. it was awesome and terrifying and they couldn't help but watch it until the final second. >> it was scary. and last second. it got to the bottom of the hill. i jumped in the bathtub and waited it out. >> you talk about the po
of indianapolis is expected in gary indiana to help identify bones found near railroad tracks these skeletal remains were found by a man walking near the tracks along chase street on saturday night initial reports say those bonds are from a small child the friends together apologist is expected to arrive on the scene later today police said they hope he will shed light on that case >>after a two-year absence the south side irish parade returns with its original family friendly theme >>the parade kicked off at 103rd and western in beverly yesterday the last parade in 2009 was marred by fights and 54 arrests this year organizers hired private security and extra police to crack down on drinking along the route the parade itself was shorter with fewer floats at a crowd half the size of one person was arrested for public urination family and friends are gathering for the funeral of the corrections officer that was killed by a hit-and-run driver in lake county indiana last week there is a large police presence in hammond indiana for britany muex ... bob jordan is live everyone is here for her
. there are doomsday scenarios we have to report and it's playing out in places like this. henriville, indiana where deadly twisters tore up homes, literally to shreds. stripping businesses off their foundations, and ensuring some places will never look the same. i'm jamie colby, it's good to have you here. >> kelly: it is good to have you with us, i'm kelly wright. welcome to a brand new hour of america's headquarter. here is a look at the terror these people were facing. (siren sounding) >> that's the sound of sirens blaring a massive funnel cloud roaring through a town in alabama and what example of a string of tornados sent folks running for their lives. >> it was completely a mess. they come right down that holler and wiped out this house and everything else that come along. a pine tree limb come down slapped us in the eye and it was no good. >> every time we'd beating around our heads thank god we made it. >> i looked up aen talk to go my daughter across the street and i looked up and seen debris everywhere. >> what do you make of this all this. >> i don't know, i'm glad to be alive, that's a
indiana to georgia. at least 37 people are dead. now the focus has changed and survivors, scores of jurtd people are waking up in hospitals this morning. their homes and the homes of their neighbors are gone. people are now picking through the rubble to find anything they can salvage. officials in west liberty, kentucky, say they are thankful the damage wasn't worse, even as the town was devastated by 135-mile-per-hour winds and one reported death. rob marciano getting a look at some of west liberty's hardest hit areas. good morning to you. tell us what you are seeing today. >> well, gary, finally today they have been able to clear the main roads enough to where larger vehicles can get through, including trucks carrying power poles, emergency crews, and for the first time we're able to show you these pictures life and over my shoulder. that tells you the story. some well built brick and mortar commercial buildings torn p like really i've never seen it. an ef-3 tornado coming through here with winds at 140 miles per hour. not that building, but the bank has been here for 100 years. that bu
of the regions hit by the storms. at least for one community in indiana it is what is pouring in that matters most. prayers help and most of all hope. deana jones has that part of the story tonight. ♪ amazing grace how sweet the sound ♪ >> why did this happen? i don't care. it did. >> reporter: at henryville community church the focus is on healing. >> some of our folks could not get in this morning. so many of you have lost everything. many of you have lost vehicles. some of you slept in your garages last night. >> reporter: and the 80 member congregation in this small town is getting a lot of help from a disaster relief group and ordinary people. >> i got here at 6:00 a.m., at dawn when they allows us in and these guys were already here. they have had a couple of semis that have come and brought lots and lots of materials. >> reporter: from food and water to bedding and clothing they have it covered for families that lost everything in friday's storm. >> today we're just trying to see if we can organize everything to be able to distribute food, clothes, toiletries and the things they ne
of survival are surfacing, including a two-year-old girl found alive in a field, miles from her indiana home. i'm shannon bream. we begin on the road in ohio. carl is bound for columbus. hello. >> reporter: hi, shannon. we are headed toward columbus on 91 north here, in the buckeye state, where all the candidates are absence, but all eyes are turned. mitt romney's campaigning in tennessee with rick santorum and newt gingrich is in virginia, doing the sunday morning talk shows, romney's victory in washington state has given him new momentum. there is a new poll out that suggests that the race has tighten and santorum's lead has disappeared and it's a virtual tie, only 2 points ahead of the margin of error of the poll and fully 70% of republicans in ohio believe that ultimately, mitt romney will be the nominee. it has prompted a debate, shadow boxing between santorrum and gingrich over which one should drop out, in order for the other to coalesce conservatives and provide an alternate testify mitt romney. they were duking it out on the sunday shows this morning on exactly that subject. listen.
and the violent storms demolishing small towns in indiana and cut off rural communities in kentucky and lives lost, devastating. at least 35 people killed in friday's storms and that doesn't include the 13 deaths from tornados earlier this week, and even with 48 now confirmed dead. many say that number could still go up. we've got fox news team coverage for you today. mike tobin in henriville, indiana, elizabeth is in harvestville, indiana and marine molina in the extreme weather center. mike in indiana, mike, what's the situation there? >> well, kelly, everywhere you look there's a remarkable story, a remarkable scene of destruction, take, for instance, this school bus, this was a school bus that was getting students home when you first got the report that bad weather was on its way. because of the bad weather, they couldn't get all of the students home, so they returned to the henriville high school. as soon as all the students got on the bus, got shelter inside of the high school, the tornado hit. and this bus was across the street. look at it now, it was tumbled across the road
've seen in indiana, maybe in the state history. we have to go back to the record books and look that up. we've seen some very strong storms in indiana. the storms have now moved into areas of eastern kentucky, southern portions of indiana and southern portions of ohio. now approaching west virginia. ashland, ohio, area will see strong storms. and these are the account pictures from two hours ago. we saw this tornado in southern indiana. this is henriville, indiana. this is a high school that was hit. we saw a bus tossed literally halfway through a house. very strong winds. we had debris reported in cincinnati. incredible stuff. falling from the sky. the tornado didn't even go through cincinnati. this debris was picked up. we heard reports of asphalt from the road that was lifted up. it takes 180 to 200-mile-per-hour winds to do that. this is a wide spread outbreak that's occurring throughout areas of the ohio valley and tennessee valley. i want to go back to the weather maps to show you and update you on who is at risk. eastern portions of kentucky. as we move southwards. nashville, jus
for the latest. >> reporter: wayne jones is sifting through what's left of his henryville, indiana home. a tornado demolished this town, sending a school bus into a building, dropping a tractor trailer on a gas station and shearing the walls off homes. terry cuts went to insect the convenience store where she used to work. >> i don't see any possible way anybody could have survived in this. >> reporter: the tornado moved with such force, it blew the back wall off of the high school gym here. devastation like this stretches across the midwest and south. a shot from the air shows the storm's path through kentucky and the town the west liberty, the national guard joins state police serving for survivors. residents who got out alive aren't allowed to go home yet. >> the area has been declared martial law and we're asking everybody to stay out. you can see it's a very dangerous area. >> reporter: in ohio, a twister for up the town of moscow and at least one person died in alabama where the first storm started friday morning. in henryville, wayne jones is trying to stay positive. >> i have
. >> that is just amazing. >> reporter: 39 people killed by these churning storms. going through indiana, kentucky, ohio, georgia and alabama. >> oh, no! get back! there it is. coming over the hill. >> reporter: countless others fleeing helter-skelter in cars, on foot. >> go on, go, get out, get out! >> reporter: this man scuttling into a basement in west liberty, kentucky, compelled to watch. >> oh, my god. no, no, we're all right. we're all right. >> reporter: in indiana, surviving and saving. when her house wasn't enough to protect them, stephanie decker shielded her children with her own body. >> i love my chirp. goes beyond anything else in this world. >> reporter: even giving up her legs for them. as the tornado bore down, she acted, dashing with 8-year-old dominic and 5-year-old reese into the basement. the house being sucked away around her. protecting them with her body. >> i put both of them in there and i tied the comforter and my daughter -- mom, i don't like this. i said, i no, honey. from the windows i could see the wind. i could see it blowing. then the window blew out. >> reporter:
of the most affected towns henryville indiana head to church. a place of worship that has been turned into shelter. the very latest for wjz. >> reporter: sunday services at churches across henryville were emotional. churchgoers wiped away tears and hugged one another. >> what we're hering is people who have lost -- hearing is people who have lost everything are showing up to help their friends and family. i don't think there's hope lost, there's hope renewed. >> reporter: nurse mitchell drove five hours from chicago to help. she went door to door checking on residents like june who says in the midst of the devastation she feels blessed. >> look around you, there's a lot left. there's a lot left. >> reporter: sheriff deputy lovelin delivered bottled water. he helped people take shelter at a building, now gone. >> i tell people, the church is not the building, it's the people. >> reporter: it's a sight repeated across the south and midwest including hard hit kentucky. >> this will be enough for me, thank you. >> reporter: lexler delivered food and water to workers in kentucky. >> i know
strike the midwest again. at least three people are dead in indiana, just days after tornadoes wiped entire communities off the map. wjz has first warning weather coverage. terrell brown reports with the latest on the devastation. >> reporter: meteorologists believe a tornado with 135-mile- an-hour winds caused this destruction. >> devastating. it's heartbreaking. i don't know what to tell you about it. >> reporter: it snapped signs and flipped trailers in the tennessee valley. tornado reports are also coming from chattanooga in southern indiana, where officials there are gone. >> oh, my gosh. >> reporter: rain cells and damaging winds pulled down trees and power lines. tens of thousands of people are without electricity. forecasters warn conditions are likely to get worse, especially after sunset. >> this is just going to be an unfolding event, unfortunately, for the rest of the day. i would say if you have to run an errand, go ahead and do it now. and make sure you're back within the next couple of hours. >> reporter: warm air from the gulf of mexico, colliding with low pressure fr
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